Black Point (2002)
David MacKay's crime thriller Black Point stars Susan Haskell as Natalie, the wife of a psychotic killer. She begins a passionate affair with John Hawkins (David Caruso), a veteran with skeletons in his closet. In an attempt to escape her life-threatening marriage, Natalie absconds with a large amount of her husband's cash. Her actions place her lover's life in danger.
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Critic Reviews for Black Point
Black Point isn't awful enough to incite any enthusiastic irritation, but it's also not a film you'll remember two days later.
David Caruso's also stuck in straight-to-video garbage like Black Point when he should be calling favors for another down 'n' dirty Abel Ferrara slice of New York gutter life.
By the end you won't know whether Haskell's character genuinely loves Caruso, but I'm sure you won't care.
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